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Sapic: Belgrade Vote to Answer a Referendum Question

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News / Politics | 04.03.24 | access_time 14:58

Belgrade Mayor Aleksandar Sapic (BETAPHOTO/AMIR HAMZAGIC)

The chair of the Belgrade Provisional Authority, Aleksandar Sapic, said in a March 4 comment on a report by the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Organization for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) about Serbia’s elections last December that the organization referred to electoral irregularities in "general terms" only, and that he could not find it anywhere in the document what, exactly, had been stolen, and where.

Sapic, a former Belgrade mayor and a candidate for the same post nominated by the Serbian Progressive Party last December, said in an interview with the Pink TV that the repeated polls in the capital would actually answer "a referendum question."

The former mayor said the Belgrade vote should "defend national views in the situation in which Serbia finds itself," because the opposition, or rather, the Serbia Against Violence coalition pursued, as he put it, "an anti-state and anti-Serbian policy."

"The policy pursued by the City of Belgrade should represent Serbian politics," said Sapic, adding that President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic, will play an active role in the election campaign for Belgrade on behalf of his Progressives, as there’s no law against it.

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